Night Magic is a 1985 Canadian-French musical film written by Leonard Cohen and Lewis Furey and directed by Furey. The film stars Nick Mancuso as Michael, a down on his luck musician whose fantasies begin to come true after he meets an angel (Carole Laure). The film's supporting cast includes Stéphane Audran, Jean Carmet, Frank Augustyn, Louis Robitaille, Anik Bissonnette, Nanette Workman and Barbara Eve Harris.
|Directed by||Lewis Furey|
|Produced by||Stephen Roth|
|Written by||Lewis Furey|
|Music by||Lewis Furey|
- Best Art Direction (François Séguin)
- Best Original Score (Furey)
- Best Original Song: "Angel Eyes"
- Best Original Song: "Fire"
It won the Best Original Song award for "Angel Eyes".
- "Angel Eyes heads for Cannes". The Globe and Mail, March 23, 1985.
- Jay Scott, "'Ooh, that is wonderful, yes!'". The Globe and Mail, May 17, 1985.
- The Montreal Gazette, July 19 1986 Night Magic creators take on just too much of a challenge. Bruce Bailey
- "Scorecard of major nominees for tonight's Genie Awards on TV". Toronto Star, March 20, 1986.
- "Cousin strikes Genie gold; Comedy-drama triumphs in film awards' top categories". Montreal Gazette, March 21, 1986.
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